Welcome

Kehila Chadasha (translated, a new community) was founded in 1978 as a community that values Jewish heritage, history, and traditions through education, celebration, music, discussions, and social action. More

Come learn more about us!

Sunday, September 14 and Sunday, September 28
OPEN HOUSE, 9:15am-12:15pm
Parents and children are invited to participate in our Sunday School, including singing with Rabbi David Shneyer, classes for school-age children, and Kehila's Adult Education program.
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Upcoming Events

Announcements

  • Changes on the Kehila website! :

    We’ve made some changes to Kehila’s website, www.e-kehila.org - and you may find things in a different place. Please read on for the details.

  • Promote Kehila's Open Houses! :

    Our Open Houses on September 14 and 28 will be here before we know it! If you have not already done so -- please post the following announcement on any pertinent listservs you are on in your communities (edit as needed).

From Reb David's Blog

Parsha Re'eh and the Living Community

Re'eh is the name of this week's Parsha. Moses begins his address "See, Re'eh, I give you this day, a blessing and a curse. The blessing if you listen to the Mitzvot (right actions) of YHVH, the Ineffable, your God, that I instruct you today. And the curse if you do not listen to YHVH, the Ineffable One, your God, and you stray from the path and serve other gods..."